'Chilling' Tales For Halloween From The NLRB
The board has recently shown in a series of decisions that it is not afraid to interpret federal labor law broadly to determine that a reasonable employee might understand a rule to restrict his right to engage in protected concerted activity with co-workers.
“The definition of reasonableness has changed a lot,” Leigh Tyson of Constangy Brooks & Smith said. “It is...
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